C++ Advanced Course

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2 Months

Are you looking for a career in computer programming? Are you trying to understand just how a programmer can communicate with a computer to design software? Does the idea of learning a new language make you curious? You have come to the right place if you want to learn basic to advanced level programming in C++! Get started and join this short-term certificate course in C++ which will make you a pro in no time.

Introduction to C++ Language

C++ language was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Laboratories in 1972. In early days Stroustrup called the new language “C with Classes”. However, in 1983, the name was changed to C++. C++ extends C by adding object –oriented features. Because C++ is built on the foundation of C’s features so this is a crucial reason for the success of C++ as it was not an attempt to create a completely new programming language instead, it was an enhancement on an already highly successful one.

Nearly all of Google Search, including the HTTP front-end, is built in C++. Giving you few names of leading websites and web apps so that you can understand the importance of C++. Please read these names carefully:

  • Bigtable is built in C++
  • MySQL and Postgres are built in C/C++
  • Yahoo largely has C++ backends and PHP front-ends
  • Youtube largely has C++ backends and Python front-ends
  • Facebook has C/C++ backends and Hack/HHVM front-ends

Eligibility to Join C++ Language Course

  • Students having basic knowledge of computer and C language can easily learn C++ language without any specific eligibility
  • Complete knowledge of C language is extra advantage for student

Semesters and Modules: 

  1. Introduction of Computer & it’s components
    • Computer Peripherals
    • Computer Software
      • Types of software
      • Types of operating system
  2. Introduction of Generation of Language
    • Level of language
      • Machine Level Language
      • Assembly Level Language
      • High Level Language
  3. Types of Program
    • Source Program
    • Object Program
    • Difference between Source Program and Object Program
  4. Interpreter & Compiler
    • Difference between Interpreter and Compiler
  5. Introduction of C++
    • Uses of C++ Language
    • Object – Oriented Programming
    • Standard Libraries
  6. Installation of C++
  7. Program Structure in C++
  8. Data Types in C++
    • Primitive Data Types
    • Non-Primitive Data Types
  9. Variables in C++
    • Rules of Declaring variable in C++
    • Definition of variable in C++
    • Types of Variable
  10. Constants in C++
    • Definition of constants in C++
  11. Storage class in C++
    • Automatic storage classes
    • External storage classes
    • Static storage classes
    • Register storage classes
  12. Operators in C++
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Increment and decrement Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Bitwise Operators
    • Assignment Operators
    • Misc Operators
  13. Keywords in C++
  14. Control Statement
    • If Statements in C++
    • If-else Statements
    • Else-if Statements
    • Switch Statements
    • Go to Statements
    • Continue Statements
    • Break Statements
  15. Loops in C++
    • While loops
    • Do while loop
    • For loops in
    • Inner Loop
    • Outer Loop
  16. Arrays and Strings
    • Arrays in C++
      • Definition of Arrays
      • Declaration of array
      • Array Elements in C++
    • C++ Strings
      • Definition of Strings
      • Declaration of Strings in C++
      • Strings elements in C++
  17. Pointers
  18. Virtual Functions
  19. Structures
    • Declaration of Structures in C++
  20. Object Oriented in C++
    • Objects and Classes
    • Inheritance
    • Polymorphism
    • Namespaces
    • Friend Function
  21. Exception Handling
  22. Preprocessor Directives
  23. Input/Output with Files